Playskool Sesame Street Smartphone

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Posted on: December 14, 2014
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The Sesame Street Smartphone rings and lights up when Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Ernie or Cookie Monster call. If the preschooler doesn’t answer, the character will leave a voicemail. Preschoolers can also call each character by pressing one of the buttons or play along with the fun app style touch buttons – letters, numbers, weather and music.

Product Features

  • Has fun lights
  • Plays the alphabet song
  • Numbers and letters
  • Includes over 100 silly phrases and sound effects
  • Includes Sesame Street smartphone and instructions


  • Smokiechick
    Posted on December 14, 2014 at 2:43 PM
    Nicely distracting The package says 18 months to 4 years. I bought it for my 5 month old because he is constantly trying to play with my phone, my laptop, my Kindle... (I'm a grad student; he's a lap kid). He's too young to make it do what it was intended to do, but he's happy doing to it what he was doing to my phone - dragging his fingers around it's "screen" and making it light up and make noise. He also likes chewing on it. I read (needs citation) that Fisher-Price still has BPAs in their toys; I'm...
  • K. Hamm
    Posted on December 14, 2014 at 2:58 PM
    It's like a Sesame Street Iphone. Perfect! My son received this for his 2nd birthday. While it does not solve the problem of him always wanting to play with my actual Iphone, he does still play with it, or anything else that resembles a phone. He is, like many other toddlers, Elmo-obsessed, so he presses the button to make Elmo talk over and over and over again. If you have an Iphone, this toy has a very similar design; bottom center button, with all of your "Apps" on the screen that have Sesame street characters in place. There is a...
  • Woody
    Posted on December 14, 2014 at 3:10 PM
    Nifty little phone that keeps our young'un happy and makes the adult devices (moderately) less interesting to sharp little teeth Once we started finding the telltale little teeth marks on the backs of our iPhones and iPads, we knew it was time to buy our son his own "smartphone," the cautionary tales of "screentime for children under two" be damned. No--we bought him this "faux" smartphone, and this purchase has been a pretty good one overall. 
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